What is FCAP?
The ministry of FCAP is carried on by everyday ordinary people throughout the airline workplaces of the world who go to work with an extraordinary calling. The FCAP ministry does not focus on specialized people, nor are we a special interest group focusing on certain issues. We do not have a membership nor are we a club with dues. Rather, FCAP is a fellowship of Christians who identify with one another through a common focus and purpose. And we desire to demonstrate how our faith in Jesus Christ can influence the people and circumstances of our workplace. We are blessed to have both airline and non-airline people who encourage and support the ministry.
Thought for the Day
Could your co-workers be getting the impression that you really are not interested in them until they somehow agree with what you believe? A good friend once told me that he saw no real opportunities to share his faith with his co-workers. I asked him to describe such a conversation when he tried to do so. He explained that often times during these talks controversial subjects would come up, then he would let the other person know about his Christian views on the subject. Most of these conversations would turn into an argument to the point where they could no longer talk to one another. I explained that his approach was drawing an invisible line between himself and his co-worker. He was communicating to his colleague that before he would take a real interest in him, he must first agree with his views. Jesus tells us to have compassion for people, “When He saw the crowds, he had compassion for them because they were harassed and helpless…” (Matthew 9:36) Do you tend to draw such lines between yourself and your co-workers? Why not erase them, by first finding out about them and taking interest in their needs! (PMC)
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“Theology was not given to be systematized in books, it was designed to be applied in life so that we would be living epistles!” (PMC)
FCAP 2015 International Convention, Interlaken, Switzerland (August 17- 21)
If you would like to view a video from our last convention in 2012, view here.
– Christians have a unique calling in the workplace for these times Read- Our Extraordinary Calling in These Times
– God in Work Forum, Atlanta airport is from 11:30 am to 1 pm; November meetings schedule will be posted soon . For more information contact us
-Are you interested in participating in our online God In Work Forum? Let us know! It is a live interactive discussion to consider questions, issues and opportunities of our workplace.